Undefeated Seasons and CFP Qualification Odds

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Oct/24/2023

Currently, there are nine college football teams that have a goose egg in the loss column.

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The blue-chip programs are there, but can mid-major schools such as Air Force, James Madison and Liberty pull off undefeated campaigns?

SportsBetting.ag has set odds for each of those nine teams to go undefeated. Currently, only three of the nine are favored to finish the season with an unblemished record.

Additionally, there is a market for which teams will ultimately qualify for the College Football Playoff. Georgia, Michigan and Florida State are the three odds-on favorites.

Interestingly, Ohio State is an underdog to go undefeated, but has the fourth-best odds to get into the CFP. For this scenario to play out, the oddsmakers are assuming Washington and Oklahoma both eventually stumble, and Alabama suffers another loss (likely to Georgia in the SEC Championship).

Teams to Qualify for the CFP Semifinals           

Georgia                        -180

Michigan                      -180

Florida State                 -160

Ohio State                    +100

Washington                  +120

Oklahoma                     +140

Alabama                       +275

Texas                            +325

Oregon                         +500

Oregon State                +1000

Utah                             +1000

LSU                              +1200

Penn State                    +1400

North Carolina              +2000

                       

Teams to Finish Regular Season Undefeated                

Florida State                 -165

Georgia                        -135

Oklahoma                     -135

Michigan                      +160

Air Force                       +170

Washington                  +200

James Madison             +225

Ohio State                    +225

Liberty                          +300

- SportsBetting.ag Press

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